DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon are all but done in Washington. The pass catching duo are set to hit the open market leaving the door open for third year man Jamison Crowder to fill the void left behind. 640 more words
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On Friday, March 28th 2014, the Philadelphia Eagles announced to the media that they had released one of the most explosive playmakers in the league. In a press conference later that afternoon, Eagles’ GM Howie Roseman told the media that the Eagles had become “increasingly concerned about Jackson’s off-field activities and his reputed ties to Los Angeles street gang members.” This comes two years after Jackson had signed a five-year extension with the team. 1,348 more words
WASHINGTON — The Redskins continue to deal with stalled contract talks with Kirk Cousins and veteran wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon.
There hasn’t been much progress made with those top in-house free agents yet and even if they return Washington also needs an immediate impact on defense that it’s unlikely to find right away in the 2017 NFL draft. 656 more words
Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins and receivers DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon will all be free agents next month, and one of their teammates is lobbying to keep the team intact. 127 more words
WASHINGTON — Without any real news being made, it has been a wild week for DeSean Jackson.
Minutes after the Super Bowl ended on Sunday, the Washington Redskins’ Instagram account posted a picture of the faces of the franchise declaring it a new year. 370 more words
Washington wide receiver DeSean Jackson has options this offseason, but he’s at least saying he wants to hang around.
During an interview with Larry Michael on CSN, he said he’d like to stay and build on what the offense has accomplished. 118 more words